Shadow Road: Book 1 of the Shadows Rising Trilogy

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Brenorra Warring thinks her father is going crazy following the loss of their shipping business in a fire. But is he? What are the papers in his luggage? And why are both a Coalition Navy Captain AND a notorious pirate hunting for him? More
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About A. E. Pennymaker

A. E. Pennymaker has been writing seriously since the age of twelve, and studied English and Secondary Education in college. (When the earth was young.)
She has also won awards for her artwork. (This doesn't have much to do with writing, but it explains her obsession with world building.)
Anna currently resides in Virginia, USA, with five children, a forest of assorted houseplants, and her husband. (Not necessarily in that order.)
She enjoys: adventuring through the countryside; soundtracks, classical music and a random selection of rock; anything coffee related; tea; and doing the laundry. (Also, sarcasm.)

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Reviews of Shadow Road: Book 1 of the Shadows Rising Trilogy by A. E. Pennymaker

Glitchdisco reviewed on Nov. 4, 2021

My first impression was that it's more YA than I was expecting. The book opens with the main character angsting over a guy who doesn't return her feelings, even though she's in a dangerous situation. Then, without learning this guy's identity, we go back to the beginning of the story, with the main character and her dad fleeing town under mysterious circumstances. The story is fairly slow-paced. It mainly introduces the characters and sets the scene for action that takes place in the second book. I did enjoy it, though. I liked the characters and wanted to know what happens next.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)

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